Harrison prides himself on only believing in what he can prove -- with solid, scientific fact. He's spent much of his career as an academic professor debunking urban myths, legends and mythology, so he's used to people writing angry letters to him. When he receives a letter from someone claiming to be a mage and offering to prove it to him, he's surprised, amused, but also intrigued. He's game, he decides, but there's a catch: Harrison will have to pay a visit to Amour Magique and make his way past otherworldly guards to meet Martin in his lair.
Harrison's only after the subject of another publishable article. But Martin surprises him. Not only is he handsome as the very devil, he also seems to take a reciprocal interest in Harrison.
It's a shame that Harrison thinks Martin is a fraud, and Martin thinks that Harrison is a blot on the paranormal community -- especially when you consider that they can barely keep their hands off each other. And the sex is positively incendiary.
The question isn't magic but love, and the choice is set before them: believe it or not?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: homoerotic sex, BDSM, spanking.
Series Note: Although The Brotherhood stories are intertwined, each book stands alone, and readers will enjoy them in any order.
Genre: LGBT BDSM Paranormal